Definition of horizontal bar in English:

horizontal bar

noun

  • A round bar fixed horizontally some distance above the ground on which a gymnast performs exercises.

    ‘Wilson delighted home fans with a breathtaking display on the horizontal bar’
    • ‘Our gymnasts did not manage to catch up with him on the horizontal bar.’
    • ‘He carried the audience with his elegant performance on the horizontal bar and crowned his combination with a breathtaking dismount that earned him a standing ovation.’
    • ‘The cameramen turned to the horizontal bar and rings—where the rival gymnasts began their performances concurrently.’
    • ‘When he came home, he got together with his friends and made a horizontal bar with rusty pipes.’
    • ‘Back home, he was scarcely able to do a couple of chin ups on the horizontal bar.’
    • ‘It was a long way from the home-made horizontal bar to the Olympic Games.’
    • ‘After the exercises on the horizontal bar, the team climbed to second place.’
    • ‘Soon the hard work was to start in earnest, and in three years, he became national champion on the horizontal bar.’
    • ‘He got 9.5 in his favorite event: the horizontal bar.’
    • ‘He is especially good in the floor exercises, on the pommel horse, and on the horizontal bar.’